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2009 Hackney Empire Day 2 Results
2009 BE YOUR BEST ROCK CHALLENGE® DAY TWO
Hackney Empire, London - Friday, May 1st, 2009

CHARLES DARWIN SCHOOL, Biggin Hill, Kent: the Genesis Community Award for Best Choreography, the Ansvar Insurance Award for Best Hair and Make-Up Design, the FSI Award for Concept Originality, the D?Oyly Carte Charitable Trust Award for Performers? Choice, and overall THIRD PLACE

COOPERS TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, Chistlehurst, Kent (NEW SCHOOL): the D?Oyly Carte Charitable Trust Award for Best Set Design and Staging, the Youth Research Forum Award for Most Entertaining Performance, the Tega Award for Best Lighting Design, and overall FIRST PLACE

ELIZABETH GARRETT ANDERSON LANGUAGE COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, Islington, London: the Genesis Community Award for Best Performance Skill, and the FSI Award for Best Soundtrack

LAMBETH ACADEMY, Clapham, London (NEW SCHOOL): the Genesis Community Award for Best Drama Skills, the Visions Unlimited Award for Best Video Performance, and overall SECOND PLACE

RAVENS WOOD SCHOOL, Bromley, Kent (showcasing Premier Division School): the Genesis Community Award for Spirit of Rock Challenge®, and a number of Awards of Excellence

STOCKLEY ACADEMY, Hillingdon, Middlesex: the Ansvar Insurance Award for Best Costume Design, the FSI Award for Concept Interpretation, and the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Best Stage Crew

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CHARLES DARWIN SCHOOL, Biggin Hill, Kent
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COOPERS TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, Chistlehurst, Kent
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ELIZABETH GARRETT ANDERSON LANGUAGE COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, Islington, London
"Numb"

    Our dance explores bullying and demonstrates emotional stress that can occur from being bullied. We look at two different peoples stories involving cyber bullying, jealousy and peer pressure. Will they be left with hope from real friends that support them, or will they be left feeling numb?
LAMBETH ACADEMY, Clapham, London
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STOCKLEY ACADEMY, Hillingdon, Middlesex
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RAVENS WOOD SCHOOL, Bromley, Kent
"The Writings on the Wall"

    Imagine a world with the key to life. Ancient civilisations let the knowledge of such a key run like a golden thread through their lives, implicit in the teachings of all the prophets and great people in world history. But what happens when such knowledge is suppressed? Power versus humanity, ruins of the ancient world or a world in ruins.